You may or may not know but American’s can travel to Canada once again. One of Washington’s favorite ways to get to Canada is via the Victoria Clipper. Guess what folks, after 17 long months, everyone’s favorite fast service ferry is returning. Let’s get into the details.

The ferry will resume operations on September 17th and riders can purchase tickets beginning on September 6th. For the time being, you will only be able to purchase fast ferry tickets and no packages. And if you have valid travel credit with FRS Clipper, you’re now able to use them through April 29th, 2022.

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Now keep in mind that all of this is subject to change but that’s just kind of the nature of living in the pandemic these days. It’s also worth noting that you will have to be fully vaccinated, wear a mask and follow all Canadian travel guidelines if you plan on riding the clipper. Once again though, kind of a no-brainer these days.

If you’re looking for an end-of-summer trip, a ride on the Victoria Clipper is a great idea. There’s plenty to see up north, even a few castles. You can walk, eat and shop your way around Victoria and also get a speedy and scenic boat experience. You can learn more by clicking below.

Victoria Clipper

When: Tickets available September 6th, travel begins September 17th
Where: Seattle to Victoria
Cost: $145+ each